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John Watts is a supporting cast member on season five of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood.

Before Love & Hip Hop[]

John Watts is a memoirist and writer. He is known for his memoirs The Rollin '80's: Drugs, Money, Politics and Reality and Power of the V, written under the pseudonym "John Boy". He endured a rough childhood growing up in South Los Angeles and started selling crack cocaine at the age of 12 in order to provide for his family. He has a long criminal history and has been in and out of prison since 1988 before turning his life around.

Love & Hip Hop franchise (2018)[]

John appears in a minor supporting role in season five of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood as the father of Apple Watts. The two did not have a relationship after Apple was born, and Apple spent her childhood and teen years in the foster care system, however they reconnected six years ago. During the season, he tries to be more involved in her life. In the season's finale, Apple discovers from a DNA test that the two aren't actually biologically related (which he is already aware of) and subsequently cuts all ties with him.

John does not return to the show after the season's reunion special.


John has made 6 appearances.

Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood (6 episodes)
5.06, 5.11, 5.12, 5.15, 5.16, 5.17


Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood supporting cast members
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